Reactive GWT

Introduction Reactive programming’s popularity has tremendously grown over the last 4 or 5 years. This can tell us that the use case of reactive applications is now valid more than ever. The strain on backend systems has increased and accordingly

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A walk through the GWT wrapper for Vue.js: vue-gwt

Introduction: Vue.js is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks, along with Angular and React. It leverages modern techniques for building front end applications, and can come handy in maintaining apps that require considerable amount of JavaScript and CSS. The

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Quick Tip: Debugging a GWT application using Chrome Dev tools

Debugging is an important aspect of software development. Having the right tools can save a lot of time and headaches. Before GWT Super Dev mode, the classic Dev mode allowed to use JVM debugging. Developers could set break points within

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Dependency injection in GWT using Dagger 2

Dependency injection is a software development concept where objects are provided with all the objects or values than they need for creation. GWT users have been familiar with GIN, but this last has been deprecated and is not supported anymore,

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Overview of Scala.js from a GWT developer perspective

This blog is heavily biased towards GWT (and GWT based frameworks), but we are keeping in my mind that GWT may be taken over by other technologies in the future, so we are always open to exploring other platforms/frameworks. As

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TIP: Running GWT dev mode on Spring Boot Embeded Server

Spring Boot is a framework that provides auto configuration capabilities to quickly package and deploy Spring ecosystem based applications. It allows developers to focus the core function of their application, rather than spending time on configuration and project set up.

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Example of Using WebSockets in GWT ( with a Spring Boot Server)

a WebSocket is a protocol that allows bidirectional communication between a client(running on a browser) and a server. It can have interesting applications such as push notifications and chat. As of HTML 5, WebSocket has been introduced as part of

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Comments about the GWT maven plugin poll results

We have polled lately the GWT community in Google+ about their GWT maven plugin preference and the result is shown below : We have got 88 votes ( not sure if the number is significant to allow generating the results

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How to use GWT gradle plugin

If Maven is to build systems what Coca-cola is to beverages, Gradle can be considered as Pepsi: both are great, but it’s a matter of preference. Gradle is on the rise, and many developers and ops people see in Gradle

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Securing a GWT app using Spring security

Spring security is one of the most used frameworks for securing java web applications. While it remains biased towards Servlets and server side java applications, it can also be used to secure single page applications like GWT based applications. In

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GWT Tip: working with maven multi-modules projects

Many question have been asked recently in the GWT Users Group about how to work with GWT maven projects that contain multiple GWT modules, and how to properly set up the dev mode. This post aims to provide an example

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Dockerizing a GWT app

Docker is one the most popular tools, if not the most popular, for virtual “infrastructure”. It provides a special lightweight vm-like structure called containers that can be used for packaging, building, and deploying an application. Some of the key advantages

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